Angus Housing Association
Angus Housing Association

Charity registered in Scotland SC020981

Angus Housing Association aims to contribute to providing high quality, affordable housing for all those individuals, families and communities in Angus and Dundee who are in need of the fundamental human right of a decent, secure home to call their own

Current vacancies

Customer Service Adviser

  • Full time
  • £28,912 – £32,125
  • On site: Dundee
  • Closing 19th July 2024

You will work as a member of our Customer Services Team, providing an excellent front line service to our tenants and other members of the public. You will provide information on a range of housing topics including applications, rents, housing benefit and property repairs. You should have previous Customer Services experience, excellent computer skills with a good knowledge of Microsoft Office, along with good organisational and administrative skills. Experience of working in the Housing Association sector would be desirable.

If you are interested in the above post and want to work for a forward looking organisation committed to providing first class services, please contact us for an Application Form and an Information Pack.

You can contact us by phoning 0345 177 2244, by emailing us at, on our website or by writing to us at Angus Housing Association Limited, 93 High Street, Arbroath, DD11 1DP


Volunteer Board Members

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • On site: Arbroath
  • Closing 2nd August 2024

Do you have an interest in the supply and provision of new homes, supporting communities, charity finance or charity governance? Do you want the opportunity to set strategy, improve your leadership skills, and make a difference to local communities? If you do, we would be very interested in hearing from you. The Association owns and rents over 2,000 social rented homes in the Angus and Dundee area. We are a registered Charity regulated by both OSCR and the Scottish Housing Regulator and have a staff team of around 50. Our Board of Management members are all volunteers and we value their time and commitment to deliver our aims. You will be reimbursed for out of pocket expenses.

Who we're looking for:

We welcome applications from those with a diverse range of backgrounds and experience and we are particularly interested in people with the following skills. There is no requirement to have had any previous Board experience. What is important is that you have the drive and passion to make a difference and that you are prepared to contribute to discussions that enable positive and collective decision making. We would be interested applicants with experience or an interest in:

  • construction, design and the built environment/asset management
  • renewable technologies/net zero
  • human resources and people management

Successful applicants will receive effective induction and will be supported to learn new skills. The Board meetings are usually held on Wednesday mornings. Our full Board of Management meets 6 times a year. We have 4 sub committees that meet quarterly for Finance, Audit & Risk, Service Delivery, Development and Remuneration. Typically, Board members are on one of the sub committees making the commitment 10 meetings a year. Meetings are normally held in person in Arbroath however we can offer participation using Teams for members who cannot attend in person.